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Cuba's 2011 International Book Fair will be dedicated to ALBA

The 20th edition of Havana’s International Book Fair will be dedicated in 2011 to the countries making up the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA),and to intellectuals Fernando Martinez and Jaime Sarusky. Read More

Hermanos Saiz Association Inaugurates New Cultural Center in Ciego de Ávila

The Hermanos Saíz Association (AHS) inaugurated a new provincial center in Ciego de Ávila last week.The facility will serve as a space for cultural activities and community services, a dream come true for local artists. Read More

Art instructors at the Book Fair in Holguin

Since the very start of the International Book Fair in Holguin, children have at the Manuel Dositeo Aguilera culture house a space for joy and learning thanks to the work made by the members of the Jose Marti brigade of art instructors. Read More

Cuban Territorial Publishing Houses Celebrate 10th Anniversary

On occasion of the tenth anniversary of the creation of the territorial publishing houses, Cuban Minister of Culture Abel Prieto referred to it as something really exceptional for the development of Cuban literature. Read More

Cuban National Ballet to Perform for International Women's Day in Havana

The Cuban Federation of Women (FMC) along with the Cuban National Ballet (BNC) are holding a special gala to celebrate International Women’s Day, March 8, at the Gran Teatro in Havana. Read More

Cuban Lizt Alfonso Ballet Company Warmly Welcomed by the Canadian Public

Warmly welcomed by the audience everywhere it has performed, Cuba’s Lizt Alfonso Ballet Company is presenting its pieces Elementos, Fuerza y Compás and Tablao, in a tour of over 20 Canadian cities. Read More

Cuba: ALBA Prize for Critic and Art Theory

Researchers of Latin America and Caribbean can compete in the 1st ALBA 2010 prize of critic and art theory announced yesterday. Read More

Cuban flowers in New York

Flowers from around the world will be on display in Philadelphia, orchids in the Bronx will help conjure up Cuba, and the streetscapes of Paris have been reimagined at a garden in St. Louis. Read More

WB Official Extols Cuban Social Programs

Cuban social programs in the fields of health and education constitute a universal model from which we all want to learn, a World Bank representative said on Friday. Read More

Bayamo, land of remembrances

San Salvador de Bayamo was the second town founded by Diego Velazquez in 1513, amid the fertile valley of Cauto River, very close to Sierra Maestra legendary mountains. Read More

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